Android :: Checkbox In List Being Checked Unexpected

Feb 16, 2010

I have list of checkboxes in list binded by Custom simpleCurserAdapter. in my Custom simpleCurserAdapter ive override the newview and binview with my modifications. ive managed somehow to do multichoice.. wierd thing after i delete any item from my list , the first item's checkbox is being checked all of a sudden.. how does that happen? how can i solve it?

code: my curser SimpleCursorAdapter class:

CODE:......

I couldnt find another way of doing this, but this is how i set listeners to my checkboxses

CODE:.....

Now this is code part from the ListActivity class which desbribes the button which deleting the checked Box items

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Android :: checkbox in List being checked unexpected


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